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Maths Games Day


Live from Williamstown High School Gym - Our year 9 Maths team hard at it against the best of the best.


Dream Play - A Middle School Production



The Dream play is the engaging dream sequence exploring the nature and flaws of love, self, and humanity itself. Book your tickets here.




Princes Hill Songwriters Volume 2


A long time in the making, the Music Department is proud to present this talented and hard-working bunch of young musicians launching Princes Hill Songwriters Volume 2! Recorded by the wonderful and generous Craig Pilkington, musician, composer and Princes Hill parent, at his Audrey Studios in Coburg, this is a collection of songs written and performed by students of Princes Hill Secondary.The students involved in this project are: Indi King (Year 9), Grace Robinson (Year 10), Miri Wilson (Year 11), Matilda Pungitore (Year 11), Isabella Gilbert (Year 12 from last year), and Gretta Ray (Year 12), who, we can’t help but mention, currently has TWO of her songs in the top ten of Triple J Unearthed!

A limited number of copies will be available for purchase on the night, or you can pre-order from the trybooking link below. Some preorders were made at the fundraising concert in term 1. All pre-orders will be available for pick up on the night.

Each student will perform one or more of their original songs, and there will be other student songwriters and vocal ensembles making guest appearances. Come on down to the music department on Friday August 19, 6:30 pm. Grab a sausage, grab a CD, and listen to these fine young singers perform their songs that I can guarantee you will be humming for weeks to come!



A message from the PHSC student community about tolerance and

diversity in the wake of the Orlando Shootings

Princes Hill Secondary College is the centre of a vibrant community of parents, students and teachers. All play an active part in the daily life, decisions and programs of the school. It is a community united by a shared belief in the importance of the following values:

Community: belonging together and caring for each other
Diversity: respecting and valuing individual and cultural difference

Social Responsibility: a passionate commitment to ethical and socially just action

Creativity: nurturing a spirit of innovative inquiry and expression

Achievement: striving to set and reach challenging personal goals

Self-reliance: the self-discipline and resilience required to achieve these goals.
These values are expressed in the following comment about the Orlando Shootings written by Year 12 Bel Matthews.
The bullets fired at 2am on Sunday, but the trigger was pulled long before Pulse nightclub even opened. The gun was loaded with hate from the words of a society that does not recognize the LGBTQI+ community as equal citizens, with equal rights.
The discriminatory shots were set in their trajectory years before any of the Orlando Massacre victims were even born. ISIS has claimed credit for this hate crime, but 181 of 196 countries around the world still do not recognise same-sex marriage. Those bullets were the echoes of a multicultural oppression of the LGBTQI+ community.
No one specific group can truly be blamed for this hate crime. There is international, cross-cultural discrimination against those who identify as LGBTQI+ pervading our planet; systematically causing, and perpetuating hate crimes, hate thoughts, and resulting in a hateful society.
Hate crimes do not take place in a vacuum. Homophobia and transphobia do not exist in a vacuum. They are the product of discriminatory social norms, environments, attitudes, and legislation. They are a product of the words we hear, and the words we speak. Bullets are aimed to silence. But we will not be silenced.
Those bullets were fired to silence a community that fights every day to be heard. That fights every day to be afforded equal human rights. Those bullets were fired out of a fear that such voices were being heard. Those bullets were destined to boomerang back with the force of our words, our solidarity, and our pride. Pride of acceptance, and hope for a society that is all-inclusive.
The Princes Hill Secondary College student body would like to express our deepest condolences and sorrows to the LGBTQI+ community and all those affected by the Orlando tragedy over the weekend. We encourage the school community to lend an ear to the voices of the silenced, to offer a shoulder to the fatigued bodies, from waging this war of independence, and equality. We encourage the school community to show their support, use their own voices, and stand up against the backlash that has arisen, perhaps from our success in this fight for equal rights. Let us continue the fight, together raising our voices louder than any gunshot could.
This Thursday, the 16th of June, we encourage students and community members to wear rainbow colours as a statement of solidarity with the LGBTQI+ community; to show our support and to raise awareness for this discriminatory tragedy.
Our hearts quiver for the lives and liberty lost, as we paint ourselves with each colour of individuality, but celebrate the unity of the rainbow.
Bel Matthews (on behalf of the Student Leadership Council)
The Student Leadership Group have organised a 'Rainbow Day' for June 16.6.16 in remembrance of victims and their families and in solidarity with the LGBTIQ community.



Princes Hill's Gretta Ray has featured in Rolling Stone magazine for her new single "Drive". Yesterday Gretta won the Triple J Unearthed competition.
Click here to see how she found out.

Our heartiest congratulation to Gretta Ray who on Thursday discovered she was the winner of the Australia wide triple j ‘Unearthed’ competition for her song Drive. Gretta’s success is no accident and reflects her passion, gifts, hard work and perseverance over time. Gretta also performed on Friday night at our Music Department Songwriters Concert along with many other young songwriters who are developing their craft and finding a voice. Congratulations also go to Gretta’s family, friends and teachers who have helped her on her journey so far.

Click here to see Gretta playing at SOFAR Melbourne.



An Argumentative Lot


Last night our C grade debating team won the Northern region for the inter school debating comp. Please congratulate Sam and Joe Ronfeldt, Jasmine De Palma, Matt Brophy, Spencer Durham and Andrea Corsini. They have won every round of debating this year and should be congratulated for their determination  and dedication to the competition.

The A grade students missed out on the finals but had a great season and should also be congratulated on their efforts. As well as keeping up with their studies they have also worked really well on their preparation for their debates, Sarah Becarri, Ben Gerster and Grace Averill.



PHSC Musicians raid South Australia, bring home silverware

Last week the finest Jazz musicians from Princes Hill Secondary College journeyed to the annual Generations In Jazz festival in Mt Gambier, South Australia. One of the College Vocal ensembles managed to take out 1st place in division 1. This is the second time PHSC has won this competition and the accompanying $3000 prize money, the only school to have done so. All groups who performed were wonderful and an amazing experience was had by all. If you see the following students around please congratulate them.


Gretta Ray, Grace Robinson, Ben van rijn, Nick Harrington, Matilda pungitore, Eleanor Smith. Also a big congratulations to Miriam Crellin who has led this group to their success.


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